So I’ve been extremely vocal through my podcast and other postings on social media as to my extreme vexation about The Bahamas and the blacklist.
It is mind-bogglingly unbelievable to know how inefficiently gubments operate in this country, especially when it comes to maintenance!
Exactly who do the PLP think it is serving by yet again “ruling out” personal income tax becomes less clear by the day.
An Open Letter to Prime Minister, the Hon Philip Davis:
I WAS pleasantly surprised when I saw a photo of the Free National Movement Parliamentary caucus in either The Tribune or The Nassau Guardian some weeks ago.
Please permit me to express my view on the recent article you published regarding the FOCOL rights offering.
A 53-year-old man was remanded yesterday after he allegedly tried to solicit sex from three teenage girls in Andros.
A MAN was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison yesterday after he was found guilty of having a loaded gun near his home on Cockburn Street in 2021.
Colours were unfairly treated in the B category 2024 New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade, said Dion Miller, Chairman of the Junkanoo Corporation New Providence.
I am by no means a proponent of our web shops and more so, how they came to legitimacy following a plebiscite which clearly said the Bahamian people were against them being legitimised.
On Friday, February 16, I had the distinct pleasure of attending the Ballet “Iconique” performance held at Old Fort Bay.
PLEASE allow me a little space in your esteemed publication to express a few thoughts on the recent remarks made by Prime Minister Philip Davis on how the media reports on murder cases in the Bahamas.
PRIME Minister Philip Davis’ failure as a leader with no vision, idea and plan to reduce the high crime, robberies, murders and rapes is now impacting the livelihoods of the Bahamian people.
Please permit me to express my opinion here. I see the Prime Minister has stated that the print media should not place stories of murders on the front page.
Perchance it was divine providence that led Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis to lecture the Bahamian media fraternity about not placing murder stories on the front pages of the newspapers.